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Visiting Professor of Practice Peter GuffinThe EU-U.S. Privacy Shield – What’s its future?

By Peter Guffin, Visiting Professor of Practice

It’s been almost one year since the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield came into existence. Its upcoming annual review in September by the European Commission and the U.S. Department of Commerce  – its first such review – is being viewed by many as a pivotal test for the framework…

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The Senate health bill risks Mainers’ lives. But it’s a tragedy we can prevent.

By Professor Jennifer Wriggins

It will be devastating for the country, and for Maine in particular, if the Senate passes its health care bill. Fourteen million Americans will lose their health insurance coverage by next year under the bill, and 22 million will lose it by 2026, according to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office…

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Maine Law in the News

John Fogarty '19Maine Law student awarded prestigious Peggy Browning Fellowship

The Peggy Browning Fund has awarded a 10-week summer fellowship to John Fogarty, a rising 2L student at the University of Maine School of Law. John will spend the fellowship working at Sheet Metal Workers Local Union No. 19 in Philadelphia, PA.

Lauren LeSueur '19Maine Law student selected for Rural Summer Legal Corps Program in Montana

Lauren LeSueur, a rising 2L at Maine Law, is working at Montana Legal Services Association in Helena, Montana this summer as part of the Rural Summer Legal Corps Program. This program connects public interest law students with civil legal aid organizations to address pressing legal issues facing rural communities.

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